Join us in welcoming Benita Ki to share as week three of Transformational Presence Month.
Benita has recently stepped into the role of Executive Director at the Neighborhood Clinic that partners with St. Leo's. A University of Puget Sound alumna, Benita has been learning and working in Tacoma for the past ten years. Recently, you'll find her at Trinity on Sunday mornings, joining us in worship.
October 15th is also Bryant Sunday, when Trinity will honor our 30 year partnership with Bryant Montessori. Trinity started serving the Bryant Community with the Trinity Afterschool Program in the mid-eighties, and continues to a meaningful relationship with the school. We invite teachers, staff, and students to join us for this special occasion!
Since October of 2011, the term “Transformational Presence” has been a guiding term for Trinity’s ministry posture here in the Bryant Neighborhood. Trinity strives to be an authentic faith community whose presence not only brings relief and compassion to those in crisis, but hope through our efforts around education, advocacy, and authentic relationships with our neighbors. In all that we do as a community, as we learn from one another and step into each others’ lives, our prayer is that mutual transformation takes place among us all. During the month of October, we focus on our commitment here at Trinity to live out this calling ... here in this place ... together.